Today’s Headlines

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  • A modest proposal: If Berkeley (or any city) is going to accept traffic deaths, they should say so (Matthew Lewis)
  • E-bike riders ride farther and more frequently, and replace more car trips (Treehugger)
  • Healdsburg anticipates ATP grant for bike improvements (not approved yet, Press Democrat)
  • Bill would allow universities to regulate scooters (NBC)
  • Lyft rolls out docks for its e-scooters (Bloomberg)
  • Newsom calls for federal investigation into natural gas prices (Sacramento Bee)
  • Inland Empire’s warehouse boom increased jobs, but are they worth it? (LA Times)
  • Judge rules Oakland can clear out long-established encampment (KQED)

Find more California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF

Today’s Headlines

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  • Important lessons from Denver’s e-bike rebate program (Smart Cities Dive)
  • Forget Tesla, e-bikes are the future of transportation (The Daily Beast)
  • San Diego’s Park Road to get dedicated bike and bus lanes (Times of San Diego)
  • Transit agencies are adopting more zero-emission buses (Utility Dive)
  • Natural gas bills are up, and so are company executives’ salaries (LA Times)
  • California considers allowing tests of autonomous trucks (Sacramento Bee)
  • What the Builder’s Remedy could bring to your neighborhood (SF Standard)
  • Oakland sets up digital commercial loading zones (Gov Tech)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF.

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